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The upstart domain extension DotMe (www.domain.me) has launched with a bang.
It just became easier for Go Daddy to shut down online predators who target children. Today, President George W. Bush signed the bipartisan bill known as the "Protect Our Children Act of 2008" into law. Go Daddy and others fought long and hard to secure passage of this much-needed legislation.
What's SmartSpace? It's the technological development that allows you to register a domain name and convert it into the Web presence you choose, almost instantly.
As the .TV extension grows in popularity, GoDaddy.com is announcing a complete redesign of its multimedia component, www.GoDaddy.TV. The effort gives users more videos and interactive content, quickly and easily.
Go Daddy received a Super Bowl-like spike in traffic and domain registrations - only it didn't have anything to do with commercials or Go Daddy Girls. It was all about the .ME domain.
If you missed out on registering your domain name with other extensions - get ready. Tomorrow, July 17, GoDaddy.com is offering .ME domain names for Open Registration. This gives anyone who wants to get their presence online an opportunity for a valuable piece of Internet real estate.
The domain name RulesOfSaving.com marks a historic milestone for The Go Daddy Group, Inc. and the Internet. The new domain name brings the Go Daddy portfolio to an industry record 30 million domain names. This Internet first reflects thriving conditions on the Web and at GoDaddy.com.
Go Daddy is helping ratchet up the fight to knock rogue pharmacies offline.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Jan. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- GoDaddy.com(R), known for its successful Super Bowl(R) commercial campaigns, announces a diverse cast of characters for this year's big spot.
By Dean Goodman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Warning. Starring in a Super Bowl commercial can be more bruising than playing in U.S. television's most-watched event.
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